Archives for June 2013

Fête de la Musique

Saturday June 29, 3pm, hosted by Pauline Cantin

The “Fête de la Musique” was created in France 40 years ago, and is now celebrated around the world on the first day of summer. During the festival, everyone is free to express hi or her musical talent and skills in all its forms, solo or in groups, in public or private, Any kind of music is allowed.

To celebrate the Fête de la Musique in our way, come up with your scores, instruments, voice or simply your ears, to share these joyful moments. We will play and listen to classical music, French folk songs and other surprises that you bring.

As dancing is the perfect companion to music, Pauline has promised to demonstrate folk dances!

After singing and dancing we will be hungry and thirsty, bring drinks and snacks to share.

For the successful organization of this event please contact Pauline Cantin 831-375-1801 or Cantilena17@aol.com

Guided Tour of Elkhorn Slough

Saturday, June 22, 9:50 am

Guided Tour of Elkhorn Slough followed by picnic (Plan to leave your food in the car until noon)

Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve
1700 Elkhorn Road, Watsonville, CA 95076

  • Meet at the Visitor Center
  • $ 4 fee (cash or check only) per person to be paid upon arrival at the Visitor Center.
  • If we are over 12 we might have a docent for us. Please book now!

Pascale Richards-Deliens 831 333 6677 or pascale.deliliens @ yahoo.fr

Picnic at Elkhorn Slough

12 pm. Bring your basket and cooler with your favorite foods and drinks. We will eat at the tables near the Visitor Center. This is where those who went on the hike will meet those having lunch.

For those who attend only the picnic, admission is free for he Visitor Center and picnic area.

To get to Elkhorn Slough from Monterey take Highway 1 to Moss Landing. At the power plant turn right onto Dolan Road. Continue for 3.5 miles on Dolan Road and then turn left onto Elkorn Road. Continue for 1.9 miles on Elkorn Road and turn left at the gate to the Reserve.

More details:
http://www.elkhornslough.org/esnerr/map.htm
http://www.elkhornslough.org/esnerr/vc.htm